North, Andrew
July 2001
Middle East;Jul/Aug2001, Issue 314, p22
Reports on the continuing uncertainty about the foreign policy of U.S. President George W. Bush on Iraq as of July 2001. Sanctions imposed on Iraq by United States; Reasons and effect of suspension of oil exports by Iraq; Russian endeavors to improve ties with Iraq; Justification for February 2001 bombings by the U.S on targets in Iraq.


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